phage


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Synonyms for phage

a virus that is parasitic (reproduces itself) in bacteria

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The hundred of thousands of phages, which were extracted from a pond in Niantic, Connecticut, appeared to combat the infection when antibiotics couldn't, according to a case study on the patient published Thursday in the journal (https://academic.
Appearance of visible plaques indicated presence of specific phage.
In former Soviet republics, example, doctors used phages to treat infections.
Many companies in West have prepared phage based products that are applied on ready to eat foodstuffs at any step from processing to consumption (Garcia et al.
Shortly after phage therapy was started, the patient emerged from the coma and continued to improve under ongoing phage therapy until the infection was cleared.
Ramig, Maresso and Sabrina Green, a graduate student in the Molecular Virology Program at Baylor, went phage hunting in local parks and bird refuges to collect avian and canine feces.
Phage therapy uses bacteriophages, which are submicroscopic packages of DNA or RNA enclosed in a protein envelope that selectively target harmful bacteria.
In an attempt to understand mechanism of immune response elicited by phage lysate in present study we are reporting the TLR mediated immune response of plain and alum adjuvanated phage lysate of B.
The company added that Salmonelex is the second phage product for food safety accepted in Australia and New Zealand after an earlier approval of Listex against Listeria monocytogenes.
The team has a phage bank with more than 100 phages, and from that they selected four virulent phages (known to the researchers as Sano, Salvo, Prado and Paz) based on their physical and genetic characteristics.
Phage Display in Biotechnology and Drug Discovery, 2nd Edition
A phage against Enterococcus faecalis, a life-threatening pathogen common in post-root canal infections, was isolated by the researches from sewage effluents gathered at a Jerusalem sewage treatment facility.
coli O157:H7 occurred at 5 C in the presence of phage FAHEc1 at greater than 107 plaque-forming units per ml in broth in vitro.
Potential applications of the phage therapy include treatment and prevention of purulent wound infections, in pre- and postoperative surgery, burn wounds, skin infections, eye and ear infections [4], and diseases of the lungs and pleura [5].